In the early history of scientific seismology, the systematic collection of macroseismic information was performed through standardized paper questionnaires. The Internet is changing the way earthquakes are monitored by citizens (Wald et al., 1999; Bossu et al., 2011, 2014). With the phenomenal growth of the Internet, many Internet‐based macroseismic survey systems have been implemented in the last decade in many parts of the world (see Wald et al., 2011, for a survey of these systems). These kinds of systems include automatic procedures for the assignments of intensity values. The two main processing...

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